Office 365 Outlook connector: Important upcoming changes

We are making a few important updates to the connector as we migrate the underlying API to use the Microsoft Graph API instead of Outlook REST API. These updates will unfortunately force us to deprecate most of the current set of actions and triggers. We will be rolling out these changes over the next couple of months and we strongly encourage all users to start adopting the new actions and triggers.

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Building an ecosystem of open source connectors

We continue to release connectors for Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow taking the number of connectors available to over 250. As the number grows, we would like to empower the wider community to maintain these connectors. We now open source our connectors on GitHub. Our ability to open source connectors is made possible through two new exciting features: the Microsoft Power Platform Connectors CLI can be used to download, create, or update any custom connector and template-based policies can be used to modify the runtime behaviors for custom connectors.

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Introducing triggers in the SQL Connector

The SQL Database Connector in Logic Apps and Flow is one of the most popular connector, and we have just added a highly requested feature – triggers. Now, you can kick off your Flow or Logic Apps whenever a row is inserted or modified in a SQL Azure Database table.

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